Cleaver Fulton Rankin HR director becomes CIPD Chartered Fellow
Cleaver Fulton Rankin’s HR director Kerri Bradley has received Chartered Fellow recognition from the CIPD Northern Ireland.
This recognition is awarded to people professionals who combine strategic insight and people expertise with commercial acumen to change the way organisations think about their people.
Chartered Fellow is a clear sign of a leader’s proven strategic abilities, people expertise and business impact. It shows that they are committed to inspiring and shaping the future of the people profession.
Chartered Fellow members are recognised as thought leaders, influencers and expert change agents in today’s evolving workplace. These leaders are advancing people strategy as a positive force for good, and proving its value in the world of work.
In her role as HR director at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, Ms Bradley has implemented a successful five-year strategic People Plan, integrating initiatives such as training and development, employee engagement and diversity and inclusion programmes.
These initiatives have led to various recognitions and accolades, demonstrating an important and positive impact at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, including achieving the Bronze Diversity Charter Mark and Investors in People (IIP) Accreditation, surpassing the IIP legal benchmark scores.
Ms Bradley leads various committees at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, including the diversity and inclusion committee, employee engagement group and digital skills committee, which launched a new digital skills programme in February 2023, investing in the training and development of the team.
Commenting on the CIPD recognition, Ms Bradley said: “To be recognised as a Chartered Fellow by the CIPD NI is a significant milestone in my career, and an important achievement for me personally.
“Throughout my career, I have been committed to developing people management strategies that recognise the value of people within an organisation and to shape a positive culture of development.
“As HR director at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, I am proud to be in a position to help shape the future of the people profession, and to inspire others to implement positive change around their people strategy.”